USCB baseball took a big step towards a Sun Conference tournament spot Friday and Saturday, notching a massive three-game sweep of Ave Maria with 6-2, 10-5, and 12-1 victories at Richard Gray Stadium in Hardeeville.
Ally Muraskin was unstoppable with a pair of complete-game victories Saturday, and USCB softball earned an important two-game sweep over Warner, winning 8-0 and 3-1 in Hardeeville.
After a historic win over No. 2 Southeastern, USCB baseball couldn’t keep up the momentum in a 10-6 loss at St. Andrews on Tuesday.
Dawson Peters’ incredible resume got even better Tuesday. USCB’s senior standout captured his third individual title of the year with a two-shot victory in the Roadrunner Classic in Rocky Face, Georgia, firing a three-under 213 over 54 holes.
Mel Obadiah Jr. rose to the occasion against Division I talent Saturday, striking gold in the 800m to headline USCB track and field’s efforts at the Gamecock Invitational in Columbia.
USCB softball split a pair of pitching duels at Southeastern on Saturday, defeating the Fire 1-0 in the opener thanks to 10 Ally Muraskin strikeouts before dropping the rematch 2-0.
In just his first year at the helm of USCB baseball, Ted Falkner has already captured one of the greatest wins in program history. After coming oh so close on Friday with a pair of 9-1 and 8-6 home losses to No. 2 Southeastern, the Sand Sharks vanquished the Fire in the series finale Saturday, rallying from a run down in the ninth before walking off in the 10th on a Kyran Russ sacrifice fly.
USCB men’s golf claimed victory in its only dual event of the season Saturday, soaring past SCAD Savannah by 19 strokes at the Savannah Quarters Golf Club.
Shamar Deacon and Iyana McKeever continued their stellar spring Friday and Saturday, breaking a pair of program records to lead USCB in the Spikes Classic at the ERAU Track and Field Complex in Daytona Beach.
USCB baseball pulled off another miraculous comeback Saturday, rallying past Thomas 13-12 on the road to salvage the series finale after dropping the first two contests 5-4 and 9-7.